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View Resource Setting the Record Straight: What Do the Price of Oil, Global Food Demand and the Weak Dollar Have in Common?

The combination of rising energy costs, increased global commodity demand, and the weak dollar are the main causes of rising food prices. It is important to note that U.S. biodiesel production is not...

http://biodiesel.org/resources/sustainability/pdfs/FoodandFu...
View Resource Biofuel Debate: Food vs. Energy?

In a world increasingly concerned about national security and climate change, the appeal of biofuels [this article will focus on liquid biofuels produced as substitutes for gasoline or diesel] has...

http://www.climate.org/publications/Climate%20Alerts/Summer2...
View Resource Instructional Resources

Instructional resources include GIS, KML, video, homework, and handout files for environmental science courses for grades 6-9.

http://ei.lehigh.edu/eli/energy/resources.html
View Resource Building an Ethanol Plant in Illinois

Library Holdings. A guide to permit requirements, funding opportunities, and other considerations.

http://www.epa.state.il.us/agriculture/building-an-ethanol-p...
View Resource Student Resources

Student resources include GIS, Excel, and PDF resources for student investigation into the science of energy.

http://ei.lehigh.edu/learners/energy/index.html
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